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Council job scheme helps 1,000 people

A council job programme helping people get their foot on the career ladder has supported over 1,000 people. Staffordshire County Council’s Open Door programme helps prepare people for the world of work by offering them a twelve week work experience placement. The programme, introduced ten years ago provides placements with external organisations and within county council departments depending on the ...

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Staffordshire celebrates 15 years of Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

Voluntary and community groups from across Staffordshire are celebrating the fifteenth anniversary of the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. The honour was created by Her Majesty to mark the occasion of her Golden Jubilee in 2002 and recognises outstanding voluntary contributions in local communities. To date, 88 groups from Staffordshire have received this annual award with 16 scooping the award ...

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Holy Trinity school expansion approved

A popular Burton primary school will be expanded to accommodate 70 more pupils following approval by the county council’s cabinet. Holy Trinity CE(C) Primary School will now be expanded to increase the school’s admissions number from 20 to 30.  This means the school will expand by 70 places in total. The decision follows a county council consultation with local people ...

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Cabinet to decide on Holy Trinity Expansion

A popular Burton primary school could be expanded to accommodate 70 more pupils. Staffordshire County Council’s cabinet will decide on whether to expand Holy Trinity CE(C) Primary School, and increase the school’s admissions number from 20 to 30.  This means the school will expand by 70 places in total. The discussion comes after the county council consulted local people on ...

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Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire announced as ‘Careers Hub’ to help transform careers education

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Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire is to become one of 20 ‘Careers Hubs’ around England to help transform careers education for young people. The Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Careers Hub will be made up of 20 local schools and colleges working together with universities, training providers, employers and career professionals to improve careers education. Careers Hubs are a central part of the Government’s ...

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Summer graduation to recognise county’s apprentices

With just over a month to go to the Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Apprenticeship Graduation Ceremony, apprentices and employers are being urged to book their place. Now in its fourth year, the graduation ceremony on the 18th July at the County Showground in Stafford will celebrate the achievements of the county’s higher and advanced apprentices. Apprentices completing their training will have the ...

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Temporary home for pupils after flooding

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Children at a school closed by flood water will be taught at nearby schools while repairs are carried out. With effect from Tuesday, June 5th, pupils from St Paul’s CE (VC) First School in Coven will be based at St Mary’s CE (C) First School and Nursery at Wheaton Aston, and at Wolgarston High School in Penkridge. Parents will drop ...

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Lisa lands dream job thanks to Council scheme

Hundreds of people are getting their foot on the career ladder thanks to a project being delivered by Staffordshire County Council. The Open Door programme, which was introduced in 2009, helps prepare people for the world of work by offering them a twelve week work experience placement.  So far, over 900 people from across the county have benefited from the ...

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Fostering film gets the Hollywood treatment

A new short film focusing on the need for foster carers to work with Looked After young people has got the red-carpet treatment as part of Foster Care Fortnight. ‘There was a Boy’ will promote foster care across the region and is the second film produced through the West Midlands Regional Fostering Recruitment Forum. The three-minute film focuses on the ...

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Consultation begins on Holy Trinity Primary expansion

Parents and members of the local community are being consulted on the expansion of a popular Burton primary school. Staffordshire County Council is consulting on a proposal to expand Holy Trinity CE(C) Primary School, and increase the school’s admissions number from 20 to 30.  This means the school will expand by 70 places in total. The proposal comes as 203 ...

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